A two-day festival in the North York Moors National Park will celebrate local beer and music this weekend.
Rhythm & Brews Festival, a new music and beer festival, will celebrate the rich pool of North East musical talent and the craftsmanship of regional artisan brewers.
During both days, festival goers can sample craft beers from 15 different breweries including Malton’s Bad Seed Brewery and Ampleforth Brewery. And fear not, to soak up all that beer sampling, there will be plenty of street food including gourmet bangers served by The Sausage Box from Leeds.
On the Saturday evening, live music will take centre stage with bands performing a mix of R n B, Celtic Irish and folk music.
Families will be able to join in with clown workshops and fly casting competitions or watch blacksmith demonstrations.
When: 14th – 15th September 2019
Where: The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, nr Whitby
£: Day, evening and full weekend tickets available. A weekend ticket costs £15 per person, including camping for those wanting to stay overnight.
More info: www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/rhythmandbrews